The FCAT Explorer is free for eligible students on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test's website. To access the program, visit the FCAT website, enter your login information and select the subject, grade level and specific resource you wish you study.
After selecting the subject, grade level and specific resource or area of focus, you are directed to a webpage that offers an extensive collection of information, facts and study guides revolving around the particular subject.
Access is provided to the FCAT site for eligible Florida students. Usernames and passwords are issued at the beginning of each school year. The FCAT urges you to ask your teachers or school administrators for help if you have trouble accessing the FCAT Explorer program.
The FCAT Explorer is only accessible online from the Florida Department of Education's FCAT website. The program provides three practice programs created specifically for Florida middle school students. All three programs, Reading Island, Math Navigator and Interactive Library, offer exercises and practice exams to help you prep for the FCAT.
The FCAT Explorer is free for eligible students on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test's website. It is an initiative of the Florida Department of Education to better prep public students for the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test.